by Dimitris Liakopoulos
Format: Hardback 194 pages
Publisher: Academica Press
Imprint: Academica Press
Published: 30 Apr 2020
Classifications: Economic & financial crises & disasters, Banking, International law, Bankruptcy & insolvency
Readership: Professional & Vocational
Dimensions:158 x 236 x 29 (mm)
Pub. Country: United States
The book then examines criminal exposure in US bankruptcy law, paying particular attention to crime figures closer to those contained in American bankruptcy law. The book's third part assesses the lack of a discipline in these areas, a cumbersome gap observable at both the international and regional levels. The financial crisis of 2008 recalled the necessity and importance of a coordinated and usable crisis resolution mechanism for large financial conglomerates.
The lack of discipline in the field of cross-border insolvency, and especially in the banking sector, stands out among studies and legislative instruments that have attempted to address questions of private international law, and of procedural law or of substantive law.
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